It is compatible with most brands of Motorbike, Sports bikes with standard 7/8" diameter handlebars. Wide Vision has a 180 degree rotation to eliminate driving blind spots and allows you to adjust it for the best viewing angle. The Third Generation Zinc Alloy housing is not easy to break and is built for a long time. The anti-glare mirror is safer. The anti-glare mirror can prevent dizziness and make it easier to see what's behind you. Only for standard hollow handlebars. Simply tighten the screws to the hole for the threaded ends. Some models may need to be changed. The Wide Fitment is compatible with RhinoMoto. Z900 Z750 Z 650 ER6N, Yamaha MT 25 MT09, Yamaha MT10 FZ6R, Yamaha FZ7 The Wide Fitment is compatible with RhinoMoto. Z900 Z750 Z 650 ER6N, Yamaha MT 25 MT09, Yamaha MT10 FZ6R, Yamaha FZ7
👤They look like they work. The quality of the build is almost as good as it can be. It feels higher quality because they have good weight to them. The cheap black paint can chip if it touches a wall. There is a If you want to prevent the mirror from rotating over, you might want to add some tape or something similar to the supplied bar-end spool. I'm 6'4 with an above average shoulder width and the stock mirrors make it difficult to see behind me and to my sides without having to awkwardly shift my elbow and shoulder over. It was difficult to see oncoming cars from behind. The location of the mirrors means that they are away from me.
👤This item seems to have worked out well for me. I feel I had to install the product in a way that was not intended. The product seems to be holding up against the elements. This was an awesome deal if they continued to function as they have been. I recommend this product for people who are willing to experiment and have some time wasted if they ship it back.
👤I am left with no product after the change to a 2 star review because the mirrors fell off randomly. The Yamaha MT-07 is not a good fit. It was difficult to get it on, unless you have a drill. The mirrors have to be tightened after a couple rides if not for the mirror to flop in the wind. It is easy to install and makes the bike look better.
👤As much as it's implied, these aren't compatible with stock FZ-10 handlebars. I'll be giving them back for a refund. If you have the stock bars, you'll need a different bar end to use bar end mirrors.
👤I knew I was going to be disappointed when I saw the little mirrors, but I was wrong. There is a The quailty is very good and once installed and adjusted, they stay put and are as buzz/blur free as you can possibly hope for, given the fact they are stick off the end of the widest part of the motorcycle. The only way they can move from their adjusted position is if the idiot behind the handlebars hits them with his hand. 2020 For those who are interested in what it is mounted on.
👤I bought these for my Yamaha. They look great on the bike. The bars are narrow so the mirrors swing up. They do vibrate at certain RPMs. I had one break as well. They sent replacements quickly. These can't be beat for money.
👤This is a good product, however if you are not mechanically inclined please avoid it, it requires a few trips to the hardware store for additional screws and rubber washers to prevent mirrors from getting loosened in the wind. Keep looking for a quick easy direct universal fitting product. It is easy to do on the wallet, but additional hardware of 5 to 10 dollars is more reliable.
The package has 1 sets of blue lens mirror. If you have an issue with the installation, please contact them. Use blue threadlocker to keep the product out of harms way. The body is made of machined aluminum with a black coating. The head design is easy to adjust. Two screws on the back of the head allow for precise adjustment of tension, ensuring that the mirror head will be kept firm in place. 3 inches diameter mirror, optical grade conve mirrors. Applicable models. All Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Ducati, Aprilia, Vespa, Kymco, Piaagio, AGUSTA, KTM, BMW and other motorcycles can be fitted with the same handlebars. Applicable models. All Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Ducati, Aprilia, Vespa, Kymco, Piaagio, AGUSTA, KTM, BMW and other motorcycles can be fitted with the same handlebars.
👤You can't beat these for the money and they work as expected for bar-end mirrors. I had an older version of these mirrors that fell apart after a few thousand miles and were held together with zip ties before I threw them in the trash. The build quality of these mirrors is much better than the older ones I had. The finish is better, the glass is better, and the bolts are better. There is a I found the expansion sleeve to be a little loose, but they are supposed to fit inside the bars. I had to wrap it in tape in order to get it to fit inside the bar. They work well and are easy to install. I've used these before. You can thread the expansion collar on directly using the bolt from your bar-end weights.
👤The bolts that hold the mirror to the stalks loosened up, according to reviews. The heads of those are behind the glass. I put LocTite on the exposed back of the screws after I received these. I lost my mirror by the 34 mile mark after I duct taped the one mirror on. The inserts couldn't be expanded enough for the steel clip-ons on my old bike. I have aluminum bars here, but not steel. New inserts from some scrap could be a deal breaker. There is a They hold adjustment well, have a great range of view with the glass, and were vibration free until the hardware loosened. I have to rate them low since one is useless after a single ride. I've been trying to get the glass out so I can fix it, but so far no luck. Apparently not a heat sensitive glue holding it in.
👤I put the mirrors on my R1 because I like the view, but one of the mirrors was off the brackets, but the glue on the brackets was clean, and so far it hasn't come off. They do move a little at high speeds but I still have a good view.
👤I've used the mirrors on every bike I've owned. They can't be beat for the price. Well made and nice looking. You can't use anything else once you get used to the mirror. I would buy again.
👤The quality is questionable. The mounting hardware had to be changed to make them tighter, but they are rock solid now.
👤Exactly what I needed. I was able to get these for my new 797+ one, because I had them on my old Monster They fit perfectly. All aluminum body. It is a bit difficult to tight in the bar, but you will figure it out. I tightened it. It goes snug in the handlebars. You can't beat that price, it improves the look and visibility.
👤I'm usually asked what mirrors I have when I show pics of my motorcycle online. These are simple and don't have any branding. I've had no issues with them staying in place.
👤I had these out for a few rides and they were pretty durable. I used a semipermanent threadlocker on all of the screws. It's a little difficult to tighten the bar. They are secure. Time will tell.
The replacement part is compatible with all 7/8" handlebars and 13 to 18mm inside handlebars. The Bar End Adapter for Mirrors can be used to update your mirrors.
👤The product worked great on my Triumph. I bought bar end mirrors that didn't fit in the aftermarket handlebars. The BikeMaster Bar End Adaptors fit perfectly. Rock solid and look great.
👤If you have 1 inch bars, you don't need to look for 1 inch bar end mirrors. You can buy one or two of them. You can buy bar ends, chunk the mounts and put the mirror portin on them.
👤I bought these because the new clubman bars I bought for my 2016 Thruxton had 1 bars and all the mirrors that I wanted came in a variety of sizes. I put them on the small mirrors that I bought. They are in place and do not feel out of place. I would recommend them.
👤It was well made. There is no plastic. The ends of the bars are made for mirrors. Didn't see that in the description. Otherwise a nice product.
👤You will lose the handlebars if you do that. My mirrors were never able to fit even with a shim because they were a 7/8" to 1" variable mirror. I can't get them to come back to me. I spent 60 bucks on handlebars and 27 on this product.
👤The adapter is of good quality. The quality of this mirror is pretty much the same as the one I replaced. Excellent value.
👤I need this for my honda shadow vt 600c vlx bobber build.
👤The end piece is very high quality. It is sturdy and solid compared to what came with the mirrors. I only received one of the two I ordered. I contacted customer service but haven't been given a definite yes on getting another of these. Overall, pretty happy.
Before using the bicycle rear view mirror 2pack please remove the protective film. If you have a quality problem, please contact them. The E-BIKE MIRRORS are specifically designed for 28mph E- bikes. Left side only and wide range fit the inside diameter of the handlebar. It doesn't work for Trek grips. There is a reason for this. There is an ideal way to perfect the OPTICAL PERFECTION. HD automotive grade glass is shatter-proof to keep you safe on the ride. Wind resistance is a topic. The weight and wind resistance can be decreased with a hallow design. Made in Taiwan, pass the REACH chemical standard, no harm plastic and metals to their health. Made in Taiwan, pass the REACH chemical standard, no harm plastic and metals to their health.
👤The mirror is good for my bike. It is built well and has great adjustability. I wanted a lighter all metal housing. I needed the mirror to come up higher so this worked out perfectly. Can be used for storage or going through tight spots. It was easy to modify my grips.
👤The Hafny e-bike mirror is beautiful. The power assist mechanism on my e-bike was next to the left grip, so the mirror had to be added to the handlebars. I was worried that the rigid arm wouldn't be long enough to give a good view of my body, but that is not a problem. I was able to see what was behind me because of the ball joint. The mirror is large and clear, and I feel safer when riding in traffic. You need two different sizes of levers to adjust the mirror.
👤The mirror has a large field of view. It pivots in any direction you want it to. The Rearview has a great view. Highly recommended.
👤I hate the stem length. This mirror is short if you ride a trike. I had to add an extension to the handlebars. I ride at a high rate of speed. I like to know that no one is going to try to stop me when I pass. I only gave it 3 stars because of the length of the stem. They would have gotten 5 stars if they had two inches. Our handlebars are similar to a sportscar dashboard.
👤The mirror worked on the handlebars of the e-bike. Just like a car mirror. It's easy to install and adjust so you can see behind your bike. Aerodynamically designed so there is no shudder.
👤I love the mirror. Installation is easy and the viewing area is large. I tried cheaper mirrors for my bike but they broke after a few rides. I had to change the mirror on bumpy roads and trails because they never stayed in position. The mirror has screws that hold it in place so it won't move unless you want it to. The view is clear and the quality is great. This mirror is very good.
👤The mirror is awesome. It was rock solid. A large reflective surface. It's easy to install. It's very easy to place a handlebar in a variety of sizes. It is recommended.
👤It's enough to give a clear view past my shoulders. There are multiple points to position the mirror. The wide view is provided by the mirror surface. I was able to provide the proper tension to be able to move the mirror up and down when not in use.
👤It's easy to install. It's strong enough for a mirror. It matches up nicely with my bike.
Customer satisfaction and product quality are very important to them. If you have any problems, they can give you a full refund or a replacement. 50% of glare is eliminated by automotive grade chrome glass. The joint ball and mirror arm provide adjustments in multiple angles. You will find the perfect angle to make your ride safer. The 180 swirl at the ball joint allows you to park without hitting objects. It's possible to fit both left and right and wide range fitting. It doesn't work for Trek grips. There is a reason for this. The products are made in Taiwan and have passed an EU REACH test to make sure they are safe to use. The products are made in Taiwan and have passed an EU REACH test to make sure they are safe to use.
👤The mirror keeps on working. I have fallen on my bike 4 times in the last 2 weeks. My mirror is on the left side of the room. I went to the ground, the grass, and the gravel with a metal fence next to it. This mirror is not broken from my falls. I need to be the face of this mirror. The mirror is more impressive than my riding ability. I'm still working on my confidence. It was easy to attach because of the abuse it has taken. I had better views of traffic behind me with it attached to the end of the handlebars. The mirror has many directions to be set in and you have to remain tight. I had to change the mirror every time I fell. The weight came down on it, but never loosened. Again... amazing!
👤I settled on this Hafny item after looking at a lot of ebike mirrors. It is a great product. It is definitely worth it. There is a The build is very strong. The mirror is made of genuine glass and has a large surface. The image is flawless because the surface is formed perfectly. It's easy to leave just enough force in the mount to make adjustments. The mirror is not moving on the bumpy roads. There is a The first day I had it, I was chased by a dog. I was able to see him running behind me in the mirror. There is a This mirror fits a wider range of handlebars with a use-it-if-you-need-it sleeve. A lot of the mirrors I looked at wouldn't work on my bike. Measure the inside diameter of your bike's handlebars before buying a mirror. There is a This is not made in China. Applause!
👤The mirror is clear. The mounting hardware is hard to use. There are two sizes of mounts for different handlebars. I couldn't get it to expand enough to fit. I tried the larger size. That was too big. Since there was no way the small was going to fit, I decided to "persuade" it to larger by using a hammer. That didn't work at all, and I'm not sure if the handlebars on my Cannandale are a weir size. I doubt it. I have to find an alternative because the piece is stuck in the open end of my handlebars.
👤I bought this mirror for my wife's bike. The plastic above the bolt snapped when the screw was tightened to make sure the mirror wouldn't move. I had to turn the bolt a few more times after the plastic broke to get the Joint to stop moving. I tried to move the joint so as not to over tighten the bolt, but there was no warning in the directions. The joint wouldn't stop turning until after the plastic had broken, and there was no Torque setting for the bolt. Be careful when you tighten the bolts if you decide to purchase this mirror. I don't know if I just got a bad part. I will update this post based on Hafney's response to my email.
Applicable models. All Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Ducati, Aprilia, Vespa, Kymco, Piaagio, AGUSTA, KTM, BMW and other motorcycles can be fitted with the same handlebars. Unbreakable steel lens to keep you safe. The design can be installed on both the left and right side of the handlebars. The viewing angles are highly variable to prevent crashes from the front and behind. The wide range fitting is used. Open ended grips or chisels are used for the inside diameter of the handlebar. It doesn't work for Trek grips and drop bars. There is a reason for this. The products were made in Taiwan and have been tested to make sure they are safe to use. The products were made in Taiwan and have been tested to make sure they are safe to use.
👤Two reviewers called it a flat mirror. The one I received is not a straight one. I need a mirror that is flat. A bug zapper is reflected in several bar-end mount cycling mirrors. Three of the five mirrors were supposed to be flat, one was sold as convex, and one did not say so. There are five of them, the first one is at 1:00, the second one is at 3:00, the third one is at 4:00, and the fourth one is at 5:00. The Hafny New Bar End is ASIN B07SG1CKXW. The tennis racquet is large in the flat mirror and smaller in the other four, which shows the various amounts of curvature. The mount on the mirror is flimsy and shakes when the bike is moving, so it is not a good idea. I found fourMirrcycle bar-end mirrors, but there are no bar-end mount, flat mirrors worth buying on Amazon. Someone would want to fill that niche.
👤I received one of the mirrors on Sunday after buying one on Friday. It mounts as easy as they said it would, and it works either in the below or above the handlebars. It is large enough to see vehicles behind you, and you don't have to judge how close the vehicle is to you. I spent the better part of an hour figuring out how to put on the mirrors I bought last week. They came back off when I mounted them. There is a I bought a second mirror for the right side of my bike because the first mirror took less than 5 minutes to install. If you ride your bike on the street with cars and trucks, you need to see clearly behind you. Having good rearward vision is a big bonus and I use two red blinker lights to be easier for traffic to see me. I don't have to look behind me to see if there are oncoming vehicles because of the good mirrors. There is a The mounts that are already on these mirrors are put on the outside of where your arm or hand is on your bike, so your body doesn't block your field of view. Mirrors that have to be mounted to the middle of the handlebars are not wiggling on the mounting bar. You would have to try to block them while riding your bike with them on it and mounted correctly because they are far enough outside of your body. There is a If you are a hammerhead rider, they can be adjusted so that you can keep them pointing back. There are two points to tighten them down, one of which is a key to the tools used with most aftermarket parts for bicycles. If clear vision behind yourself is an issue, these are the best aftermarket mirrors that you can use for a bicycle. I'm not sure if they will survive a crash, but I'm hoping they will. I hope this helps you make a decision.
👤My last mirror had right angle connections and was loosened. When I tightened the screw to keep the mirror in place, the plastic just popped. They made it out of plastic. Even if I have the skills to fix most everything, I can't. There is a Well thought out, this one is thick. The mirror is held in place with a ball mount, so it can swing out of the way if bumped. It can be used on the left side of the bar or on the right side.
It is possible to achieve dependability. You can put items in the basket and take the basket to the beach, the pool as an item placement. Three-inch round mirror for bicycles. The mirror pivots to any angle of view. Mounts on the handle bar. It fits inside handlebars with 13 to 22.5 inside diameter.
👤This is a good mirror. You can set it up in a lot of different positions and get a lot of different angles. I like to lean on the handlebars, so I set mine up to go below them. I don't want it in the way. I can't think of a con that is more ugly. I did not buy a mirror and helmet to be fashionable. I would expect a mirror of this size to reflect what I see. Things look clear but far away. I left the pivot points loose so I can change my riding position when I change. If my review was helpful, please hit that button.
👤The bike mirror is deserving of high praise and ratings. I ordered the Hafny Bar End Bike mirror and the Venzo Handlebar mirror. The rearward view was not as good as the other two because they were smaller in mirror image surface. They were not shabby but their product engineering was not as good as the Mirrycle. The Mirrycle is made with male bolts that screw into micro-tapered female brass pieces that become tighter and tighter as you tighten the bolts. It is difficult to put the bolt in place with the key, but you get a mirror on your handlebars that does not jiggle, even though it is a bit difficult to put the bolt in place with the key. It bounces as the handlebars bounce, but all the jiggle in the mirror is eliminated. You can adjust the rearward view with your hand with the larger mirror surface. Excellent product and great value. I would have liked to have gotten this sooner.
👤We had to make two returns because the original purchase and replacement were not good. Both pieces were affected by the same defect, which was caused by the improper cutting of threads in the tubular parts that made it impossible for the bolts to be screwed into the proper depth to create the lock. We tried to use our own high- Torque wrench. It is clear that the manufacturer's lousy quality control was present in the issue. We are moving onto something more reliable because we are disappointed in this product. Amazon's service in return and replacement has been flawless and the service has been kept to a minimum. It's good to praise Amazon.
👤This is the best rear view mirror I have ever seen. Even though it is ugly and sticks out, it works well and I can still see what is happening back there. It will swing in when necessary, but does not flop around with every bump, though how it is set up when put together is really important. The parts are readily available for the mirror, and I have broken the glass and bought that part for less than $5 shipped. I feel that broken glass is not a bad thing since any mirror that is good will use glass. I don't know if that's typical of mirrors, but the glass doesn't seem to be safety glass. I measured the diameter of the two handlebar tube inserts, which were included with the mirror. No tools are needed to install the mirror. When I haul my dog trailer, I supplement the mirror with a seat post mounted mobius action cam that is connected to my phone using an otg cable and the Mobius app forANDROID. I use an app to lock the screen. I mount my phone to my handlebars so that it displays my rear view camera, which I use to keep an eye on my dog. The field of view on the phone is better than the mirror, so it's easier to see directly behind it. The Mirrycle mirror is always on and ready to ride, unlike my phone/camera set up.
We will take prompt responsibility of any complaints and will give you a full refund within 30 days of purchase. A well polished lens makes your ride safer and 100% recyclable. The DURABLE ALUMINUM CLAMP is for the outside diameter of the cruiser and mountain bike handlebars. The joint ball and mirror arm provide wide range adjustments. You will find the perfect angle to make your ride safer. It's a good idea to put a deterrent on the back of your vehicle. The products are made in Taiwan and have passed an EU REACH test to make sure they are safe to use. The products are made in Taiwan and have passed an EU REACH test to make sure they are safe to use.
👤We ordered a left and right mirror. The right side mirror had the wrong mount when they arrived. The company responded to my email within a day, after I contacted them at the email address listed on the package. The company immediately sent the correct part and we love them. It is refreshing to be able to connect with a company that supports their customers and stands behind their products. Well done, Hafny! There is a We are very pleased with the mirrors. Oncoming vehicles can see the bike better with a high mirror on it. The mirror's surface is less likely to break than a traditional glass mirror. The mirrors are in place when riding. The image on our ebike does not shake or blur. Matching a pair looks great on a bike. There is a There is only one consideration: mounting space. Our bike has a large brake lever mounted next to the hand grip. That moves the mirror mount a bit further inboard. The mirror mount is closer to the stem on the opposite side, because the hand grip and bell are mounted next to it. The rider's arms are partially in view of the mirror. It works well, but I would like to see another centimeters on the mounting arms. This would not be an issue on a traditional bike. Attached are pictures of the mount and reflectors.
👤The mirror glass is flawless and they are very light. My wife's bike was one of the two that I bought. They don't move once the screws are tightened. There is a little noise while riding. You can see when someone passes on the bike path. The left side mirror is where most of the passing takes place and we are happy with the results.
👤Very happy with this. It's the only mirror I've found that gives me a clear view of my butterfly handlebars. Trekking or euro bars are available. I used a right mirror on the left side since I mounted the mirror below the bar. A bit heavy at 130g, but appears to be strong. I've yet to find a mirror that won't break when the bike falls over if the mirror extends beyond the handlebars. If the bike falls, I positioned this one so the handlebars hit first. Plastic mirrors are better than theStainless steel mirror. In case of a crash, I wouldn't want a glass mirror on my bike. It's ideal that size is ideal. It's easy to adjust if you tighten it up a bit.
👤The Hafny mirror is a Taiwanese product, which is a step above the low priced mirrors on Amazon. Installation was done in a few easy steps: install the handlebars, insert the mirror shaft, and tighten. It should fit handlebars from 21-26mm. The mirror height and angle can be adjusted with a ball joint and Allen screw, and the mirror can be placed above or below the handlebars. The round mirror has a worse coverage than the oval one. The mirror I purchased is for the left side mount, but there is another model available for right side use. It is important to install the mirror's mount as close to the grip as possible for good vision. The shaft is long enough for cruiser bars, so it will work on straight mountain bike handlebars. The mirror design seems to vibrate more on rough pavement than the mirrors that are in the bar ends. This type of mirror can help you avoid cutting a hole in the end of your grip.
The silver and blue lens have anti-glare coefficients of 50% and 75%, respectively. Car used safe glass lens has anti-glare coating. The body is impact resistant. High strength aluminum alloy. Flat handlebars outer diameter 22.2mm;hex key 4mm; recommend 2Nm Torque! Only one side. The silver and blue lens have anti-glare coefficients of 50% and 75%, respectively.
👤I ride a bike. The bike can go very fast, which made it important to have a mirror. I tried a lot of mirrors, but they either didn't work with the handlebars, or they shook too much while riding. The mirror wouldn't stay put with the wind. They didn't let me see behind them. I have had a mirror for a while and have ridden a lot. It's easy to change, the mirror stays where you angle it, and it works. There is a It's easy to install. I didn't have to remove anything.
👤I'm giving this mirror a tentative 5 stars because I'm loving it. After installing it, I went for a bike ride in Nashville, Tennessee. I had to find a replacement for a 4mm allen wrench after about 5 minutes of installation. In a second, more on that. I put it on my Schwinn Capital, a fine, all purpose, not-too-expensive bike, and it made it Left-wise. I was able to scoot the left mirror all the way left before it ran into the control. It was correct in that position. I was able to tilt the mirror a bit to adjust it. There is a I like the display. It's wide enough to see. There is a So, any negatives? Not really... Is it possible to include a 4mm allen wrench with the mirror for non-bike guys? I don't have tools with me. These might be worth including a spare. There is a I'm a little nervous about this. The threaded piece of plastic is used to hold the allen screw in place. I'm worried that it will loosen and eventually strip. Hopefully not... I'm not going to move it a lot. We'll see. I'm quite happy with it.
👤The mirror is easy to attach and the blue glass works well.
👤The mirror mounts to the handle bar with a low profile. I bought the blue version because I thought it would help mitigate the sun glare. It's difficult to see vehicles coming and how close they are due to the tint.
👤This is a mirror. There were many mixed feelings. I have two kids that are just learning to ride. I wanted a mirror to see behind me when I was in front of the older one. I've tried a lot of mirrors. The mirrors are either bad or they are moving out of position, and this is in addition to them looking ridiculous. I arrived at the mirror. I'd been eyeing it for a while, but it looked a little strange in the pics in comparison, and the price was just too big to justify a bike mirror. Here I am. I ordered a single mirror for the left side. I thought this is it. Let's get their best model. There is a The mirror was easy to install and had a solid clamp with a single bolt. The bolt takes the same size as most of the bike accessories, but requires a key not included. It took me 30 seconds to position the bolt and screw it back down. The arm goes up. I tried to find the best position by angling the arm lightly forward, but the mirror was at the best position. There is a The arm is a single solid piece that doesn't move at all, and as a result it gives the mirror good structure and is a key reason it works well. The mirror is held on to the arm with a ball joint, so you can position the angle in any direction. The mirror is so easy to move that I was sure it would keep moving. The mirror has stayed put in my rides so far. There is a The mirror is like a rear-view mirror in a car and it gives you a much wider field of vision than those round bike mirrors. The blue mirror was great. The blue cut down on glare making the image even better. I'm using the mirror and it's not vibrating. The wide-field of vision view along with the anti-glare mirror was better than any other bike mirror. There is a I was worried that the product was going to be large and strange. It isn't so in person. The arm and mirror are not nearly as large or obtrusive as they looked in the pictures. The bottom of the mirror was close to the top of my hand, which was perfect. The overall appearance was cool. This was the best bike mirror I tried and it was far and away the best. The mirror is A+ in quality, look, and feel. There is a I have to discuss the two drawbacks of this mirror. The arm is fixed and doesn't move so it has good structure. My gear shift mechanism is mounted right next to the handle, which made this an issue for me. The mirror had to be on the inside of the mechanism. The arm is fixed in position, so when the mirror fell past the handle, it ended up above the handle. I see a clear reflection of my arm when I look in the mirror. The only way to see behind me is to take my hand off the handlebars, because my forearm takes up 50% of the mirror image. It's easy to do, but annoying when I keep looking behind me. The only real option is to mount the gear shifts further in, which will ruin the positioning of it in relation to my fingers. Not optimal. I get the usefulness in avoiding situations like this, even though the mirrors with the bendy arms look bad. There is a The price is the other downside of this mirror. $29? Are you serious? Wait... I said that this was the best looking mirror out there. I did. $30 for one bike mirror? Most bike mirrors are only $15 for a two-pack. I bought a metal-cased 8-port switch from Netgear for $19. I just bought a waterproof smart plug for $24. I just bought a 15ft propane hose for only $28. So $29 for a single mirror? There is no way to get around it. It's way over-priced. I like the mirror, but I also feel annoyed and angry towards Meachow. The non-tinted at $24 for 1 is way overpriced. If it was $30 for a 2-pack. I would have been okay with it if it was $40 for a 2-pack. Are the plastic bike mirrors worth nearly $60? No. The Crystal clear anti-glare wide-field-of-vision mirror is a great quality, top-notch looks, and is better than every other mirror I tried. Depending on your bike, it may be positioning issues.
There is a wide application. Most handlebars of conventional bicycles can be applied with a shockproof mirror. A mirror with multi position. Mounts are almost anywhere on a bike.
👤I had this on my road bike. I've ridden this across the country twice. I have crashed on my mountain bike several times. It keeps on tickin'. Highly recommend this product. I can't ride without one. I have never had an issue with my bike moving around in the 6,000 miles of mountain bike trails I have ridden. This is a good piece of gear.
👤I have 5 bikes and one is hard to come by during a Pandemic. The new build has a cheap mirror. When I saw the length of this very capable looking strap, it was what sold me. Reviewers had posted pictures of it, but I had no idea how small it actually was. No matter how it is positioned, you can't see anything but your own body. I tried fork, frame, and bars. If you use bar ends, this could be attached to clear your torso. The strap is the highlight of this thing. It went over 31.8 bars. That's a challenge for sure. These straps don't seem to take bar tape into account. Make straps long enough. It didn't seem to have any vibration when I looked at my left arm and torso. If it can't show me when a car is approaching, it's useless. The $20 price I paid was ridiculous as this does not have any better hardware or action than the $6 mirrors. It's all plastic. I found it difficult to adjust. I believed the mechanism for adjustment would have to be better. The most likely cost is $2.60 to manufacture. The $6 mirrors show me a clear view of the road behind and to the side, even though they vibrate and sometimes get in the way of my hand position. I would have gone that route if I had the ones I have, as they are currently unavailable and I would save the $20+ fee and return hassle.
👤I have been riding a bike for 45 years. The last time I rode was on the Great Bike Ride Across Iowa in 1975, at the age of 77. Things have changed. People used helmets less in 1975. Everyone does now. I was able to do head checks in 1975 because of my functioning neck. I have arthritis. I couldn't get used to the "take a look" mirror for three weeks. It severely restricted my vision, and it drove me crazy. I was able to try different places on the bike with this mirror, and I found one that worked. Hurrah. Without the helmet mirror, I was able to take a much clearer look at my surroundings. I recommend this mirror.
👤The smallest and least obtrusive mirror I could find was selected by me. I've tried a few that are larger and stick up. The smallness of the spy can be a problem if you mount it in a way that is hard to see. The most convenient location for me was when mounted on the fork. The best location for me on my mountain bike is on the left side just above the horizontal grip. The smallness is not an issue because it is close to my head and my left hand and arm don't get in the way. I will try to post a picture with the others on the main page.
The mount is easy to install. It comes with a set of brightly colored butterfly bands. The UNBREAKABLE STEEL LENS are perfect for bikes. The wide range hitting is. Open ended grips or chisels are used for the inside diameter of the handlebar. It doesn't work for Trek grips. There is a reason for this. The Universal Design can be installed on both the left and right side of the handlebars. All types of bikes are available. Installation requires a 5mm key. The products were made in Taiwan and have been tested to make sure they are safe to use.
👤This is the first review. I like it. I was hesitant to cut a hole in my grip, but it turned out to be no big deal. I pushed it through after cutting it small. The plastic coller could break off if you are careful. When you tighten it, the coller expands to fit the bar. Don't over tighten, it's a no brainer. It's made of plastic and could break. I positioned mine so I could turn it in when I wanted. The mount was positioned so the mirror was closer to me. It is a great mirror. You won't be sorry with this one if you consider its limitations.
👤The bike mirror is not perfect. A combination of bar-end mirror and a helmet/glasses mounted mirror is the ideal setup, according to my opinion. I can see my quads as I pedal. It looks like I have some quads if the light is right. There is a I can see my quads as I pedal. It reminds me that I'm not going to have those big legs. There is a A quick glance downward gives a quick check of traffic. There is a There is a CON: It's not as easy to pick out vehicles when you have a mirror closer to the road. There is a A quick glance downward is all it takes. There is a There is a CON: You aren't looking ahead if you are looking down. This will probably improve with time. There is a I don't have to crane my neck to see the mirror when I ride in the drops. The main reason I bought this mirror was the neck issue. There is a There is a CON: The mirror is not useful when standing. The helmet mirror works. There is a The image shakes due to the road surface vibrating. The same thing happens with helmet-mounted. There is a The mirrors I got were not as bad as some other reviews said. The field of view is great. There is a I tightened the adjusting screw after four rides so that the mirror wouldn't shift when I hit a road hazard. It was annoying. There is a Amazon wrapped a piece of cardboard around the individual boxes of the mirrors. The mounting screws were lost when they got here. It took a week to get a replacement screw, but the seller was very responsive. I'm not used to having something at the end of the bar, and a minor hip injury at a traffic stop makes the mirror move.
👤I followed the advice of a well-respected fellow cyclist and ordered and installed a mirror. I can tell that my bike's coolness decreased. I took it out the next day for a 50-mile tour ride. I realized my safety has increased many times over. I can now see my lane and the one next to it without having to crane my head. I was able to see cars coming up and knowing when they were about to pass me with the help of my radar. If you don't look back, you won't know if the car is on the next lane or about to hit you. I think it will take a bit of time to get used to the mirror. I took one star off because I had to adjust the screw several times as it hit my leg when I got off the saddle. The view behind the mirror is very good, even though you can't see it on the rough roads. I am testing several more mirrors before I make a decision. I'm pretty sure this will be the one I keep, at least for one of my bikes. There is a Oh yes. My friend said I looked cool, but I think I looked a bit uncool. I will look cool, but I will be safer on the roads. Any small amount does count. I will never have a mirror again.
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